2015 Canadian Enneagram Conference

Which song do you think best represents each type?

Want to add a song to out list

Type 1

Being Good Isn't Good Enough -- Barbra Streisand

Perfect -- Alanis Morissette

The Impossible Dream -- Andy Williams

Type 2

I will always Love You -- Dolly Parton

Up where we belong -- Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes

You Needed Me -- Anne Murray

I'll be there -- Mariah Carey

L'essentiel -- Ginette Rino

An Innocent Man -- Billy Joel

Type 3

New York, New York -- Frank Sinatra

St. Elmo's Fire -- John Paar

Everybody's Fool -- Evanescence

Hi Ho It's off to work I go

Baby I'm a Star -- Tina Turner

Type 4

O Fortuna -- Carl Orff

Ice Cream -- Sarah MacLachlan

Creep -- Radiohead

Nobody knows the Trouble I've seen -- Louis Armstrong

Gypsy -- Fleetwood Mac

Empathy -- Alanis Morissette

Heaven knows I'm miserable now - The Smiths

Type 5

Dr. Sayer's Theme (from Awakenings) -- Randy Newman

I am a Rock -- Simon & Garfunkel

The Elements Song -- Tom Lehrer

Type 6

Closer to Fine -- Indigo Girls

Overkill -- Colin Hay

Word of Mouth -- Mike and the Mechanics

Honesty -- Billy Joel

A Matter of Trust -- Billy Joel

Type 7

Roll Me Away - Bob Seger

I Got the Sun in the Morning -- Irving Berlin

What a Wonderful World -- Louis Armstrong

Rock and Roll all night -- Kiss

Shiny Happy People -- REM

Type 8

Raise a Little Hell -- Trooper

Born to be Wild -- Steppenwolf

My Way -- Frank Sinatra

Just can't wait to be king

Type 9

From a Distance -- Bette Midler

Other side of Town -- John Prine

Sittin' on the dock of the Bay -- Otis Redding

I'd like to teach the World to Sing

The Rainbow Connection -- the Muppets

Octopus' Garden -- The Beatles